Giuliana Chamedes

Giuliana Chamedes is assistant professor of History and a faculty affiliate of the Religious Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. During a stint as a journalist for ANSA, the Italian news agency based in Rome, she had the opportunity to observe the Vatican closely, and she returned as a scholar to probe its archives.


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An Endless Crusade

Giuliana Chamedes's "A Twentieth-Century Crusade" is a work of tremendous ambitions and impressive panoramic scope....

An Endless Crusade


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